CSCS Dust and Fumes (Respiratory Hazards) For Questions Managers and Professionals

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Updated on: May 21, 2024

Welcome to this free mock to on Dust and fumes (respiratory hazards). We have created a set of questions on this subject to help you pass your CSCS Test for the Managers and Professionals card this subject is part of the core knowledge questions.

If you want to work on a construction site then you will need to have good knowledge about this subject as you will be asked questions on them in the real exam.

In this mock test, we have provided the latest 22 questions you might be asked when sitting your real CSCS Test. In order to pass your managers and professionals test you will need to score at least 46 out of 50 correct answers in 45 minutes.

There is no pass mark on this mini-test, so please keep using it until you know all of the questions from memory. Good Luck! Click here if you would like to site a full 50 question simulation Managers and Professionals mock test.

CSCS Dust and Fumes (Respiratory Hazards) For Questions Managers and Professionals Questions

1. When using a power tool to cut or grind materials, why must the dust be collected and not allowed to get into the air?

Question 1 of 22

2. Where are workers likely to breathe in the highest quantities of dust when drilling, cutting, sanding or grinding?

Question 2 of 22

3. What should a worker do if the water they are using to control dust runs out?

Question 3 of 22

4. What should workers do if they find pigeon droppings and nests in an area where they are required to work?

Question 4 of 22

5. Which of the following activities does not create harmful silica dust?

Question 5 of 22

6. What should workers do if they have been given a dust mask to protect them against hazardous fumes?

Question 6 of 22

7. What is the best way to limit exposure to dust when using a power tool?

Question 7 of 22

8. Disposable masks have filtering facepiece ratings of FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3. Which offers the greater protection?

Question 8 of 22

9. Which two materials are most likely to release silica dust when being cut with a rotating blade?

Question 9 of 22

10. Your workers have been face-fit tested. What is one of the checks you can make to ensure their mask provides a tight seal?

Question 10 of 22

11. When drilling, cutting, sanding or grinding what is the best way to protect your long-term health?

Question 11 of 22

12. What can cause occupational asthma?

Question 12 of 22

13. Breathing in dust whilst using a cutting disc to cut through concrete could result in which of the following diseases?

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14. If work is being planned that will create dust, what action should be taken?

Question 14 of 22

15. Which of the following do you not need to do to ensure that someone’s mask works?

Question 15 of 22

16. If someone is using a disc cutter to cut concrete blocks, what three immediate hazards are likely to affect them?

Question 16 of 22

17. Which of the following is not an immediate health effect of being exposed to paints and resins which have high levels of solvents?

Question 17 of 22

18. Work is planned that requires the use of a power tool to cut or grind materials. Select the two best ways to control the dust.

Question 18 of 22

19. What illness might you develop if you breathe in dust and fumes over long periods of time?

Question 19 of 22

20. What is the biggest cause of long-term health issues in the construction industry?

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21. Why is it important to be clean shaven if using a half-mask respirator?

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22. What must workers ensure when using water to keep dust down when cutting?

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4 comments on “CSCS Dust and Fumes (Respiratory Hazards) For Questions Managers and Professionals”

  1. The questions were on point and useful for the preparation towards my exam next month. Thank you! is not associated or part of any scheme
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